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Automatic Income Tax Preparation in Excel for the Govt & Private Employees for F.Y.2022-23 as per U/s 115 BAC

 Automatic Income Tax Preparation in Excel for the Govt & Private Employees for

F.Y.2022-23 as per U/s  115 BAC

 

Introducing the new tax regime in the 2020 Financial Plan, many are not confused about what income tax deductions are available for them. Let us take a look at the F.Y 2020-21 overview of income tax deductions under old and new tax regimes.

 

Tax reform is an important part of fiscal planning. Either way, when investing or choosing derivatives, our mindset should be to focus on our financial goals from the start rather than just focusing on tax savings. From now on, understanding the available choices is essential.

 

Income Tax Rate F.Y 2022-23 and A.Y 2023-24

 

You may know that during the 2020 Financial Plan, the government introduced two types of tax regimes. Accordingly, the income tax categories are as below.

 

Automatic Income Tax Preparation in Excel

Overview of Income Tax Deductions F.Y 2020-21 - Under New and Old Tax Regimes

 

Now, let’s talk about the overview of income tax deductions for F.Y 2022 - 23. I will break it down into new and old tax regimes for your straightforward.

 

An overview of income tax deductions F.Y 2020-21 under the new tax regime

 

This post, focus on accessible fees.

 

# Section 80CCD(2) (Give entitlement if the option is a New tax regime).

 

Under this section, a commitment by the director on behalf of the representative to recommended benefit schemes such as EPF, NPS, and/or Super Commentary Account can be asserted up to a limit of Rs.7.5 lakh.

 

The company can deposit an amount equal to 12% of the basic monthly salary of an employee in his EPF account. In addition, the company can contribute an amount equal to 10% of the employee’s base compensation to the NPS Tier I account (for central government representatives, which is currently 14% of Essential + DA effective April 1st, 2019). In a retirement account, a company can contribute a limit of Rs 1.5 lakh tax-free in a financial year.

 

See point-by-point information on NPS Tax Benefits in "NPS 2020 Tax Benefits - Sec.80CCD(1), 80CCD(2) and 80CCD(1B)".

 

The 2020 expenditure plan has capped the tax-free pension account, NPS, and EPF account in the company at a limit of Rs 7.5 lakh per financial year. Furthermore, the release states that any interest or gains earned on the excess fund's pledge will also be taxable in the hands of the representative.

 

# Section 10(15)(i) (applicable if the road is a New tax Regime).

 

Interest on the balance of the savings account of the center post office is deducted up to Rs 3,500 under Section 10(15)(i) of Income Tax Act. As far as possible is Rs.7,000 in case of a joint savings account.

 

# Advice (Not right if the option is a New tax regime)

 

Boards are tax-free up to Rs 20 lakh during life for non-government representatives. For government employees, all tips they receive are tax-free, regardless of how much they earned. (See my post "Tipping - New Limit Value, Qualifier, Comparison, Taxes, and Calculator")

 

Under the new tax regime, benefits up to certain marginal limits (assuming they exist) are also allowed;

 

• LTA Benefits (Not eligible if the option is New Tax Regime).

 

• Waiver of redemption at retirement

 

• Savings benefits

 

• Advantages of VRS

 

• Benefits of NPS deduction

 

• Education benefits (not entitled if the option is a New tax regime).

 

• Payment of grants made in the public interest

 

# Interest on EPF, SSY, and PPF accounts (Not entitled if the option is a New tax regime)

 

Interest earned in an EPF account will still be tax-free under the new tax regime, as under the old tax regime.

 

The amount of interest and development earned in the Sukanya Samriddhi account, and PPF account is tax-free under the old and new tax regimes.

 

# Section 87A (Not eligible if the option is a New tax regime)

 

Individuals with taxable income up to Rs.5 lakh are eligible for a tax refund under Section 87A up to Rs 12,500, ensuring that no tax is payable under the new tax regime.

Download Automated Income Tax Preparation Excel-Based Software All in One for the Government & Private Employees for the F.Y.2021-22 and A.Y.2022-23

 

The main feature of this Excel Utility:-

 

1) This Excel utility prepares and calculates your income tax as per the New Section 115 BAC (New and Old Tax Regime)

 

2) This Excel Utility has an option where you can choose your option as a New or Old Tax Regime

 

3) This Excel Utility has a unique Salary Structure for Government and Private Employees Salary Structure.

 

4) Automated Income Tax Arrears Relief Calculator U/s 89(1) with Form 10E from the F.Y.2000-01 to F.Y.2022-23 (Update Version)

 

5) Automated Income Tax Revised Form 16 Part A&B for the F.Y.2022-23

 

6) Automated Income Tax Revised Form 16 Part B for the F.Y.2022-23

 

7) Individual Salary Sheet

 

 
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